Hailing from the muddy tides of the Thames estuary, Essex metallers 'Walk In Coma' bring together a hearty sound by lifting from the powers of Machine Head and Pantera, through to the contemporary guile of Architects. The Southern metalheads are comprised of Alex Adlington (Vocals), Mark Elliott (Guitars), Tom Case (Bass), and Joe Reid (Drums), and have already ripped up stages in the nation's capital and throughout the South, playing with everyone from Breed 77 to Funeral For A Friend.
With the band's live reputation growing daily, the rising riff lords have switched their focus towards recording, and last year the quintet marched into the studio to record their new EP 'Narrenturm'. After a series of intense sessions, the band completed their record. The EP comes at you with the eerie soundscapes of 'Fool's Tower', which lulls you in before the jack hammer blows of 'Raising Hell' pummel your senses repeatedly with their pounding riffery and Adlington's full throat attack. The groove and swagger of 'Nein' is next up and it shows the fivesome's ability to diversify and push open the envelope. 'Asylum' then spews out at you with its stout delivery and frantic drumming, while 'Retreat' will tear your face clean off. The EP's closer, 'The Fire', twists and turns and unleashes a dynamic refrain that proves again that there are many layers to Walk In Coma.
In early 2016, the band returned to the studio to record two new songs for an upcoming new EP that promises to intrigue and excite listeners, and push the boundaries of what the band are capable of even further.